Utilization of English Video Lessons and Their Significance to the Philippine Language Curriculum: A Literature Review
Using the A- Analyze, D- Design, D- Produce, I- Implement, and E- Evaluate (ADDIE) instructional design approach, this study aims to develop and evaluate video clips as instructional materials in teaching English 7 learners. This research was done to establish which lessons should be included, as well as the content validity and acceptance of the created video clips.
The researcher used the descriptive survey and developmental methods of study to create the video clips. The following were the critical measures that were taken: 1) planning, 2) video clip development, 3) validation/evaluation, and 4) result stage.
Moreover, the researcher used two sets of questionnaires/checklists to gather pertinent data on the content validity of the developed video clips in terms of objectives, lesson, organization, language, and relevance; and the level of acceptability along with suitability, adequacy, and relevance. The suggestions were consolidated and integrated into the revision of the developed video clips in English 7.
Students and teachers in public schools should try out the generated video clips in English 7 as extra educational material, according to the researcher. It can also be used to remedy the lack of educational materials that cover the entire teaching and learning process. More changes to the created video clips should be made to accommodate learners' frustration levels.
Finally, it is recommended that the school administrators should advise and encourage teachers to produce and come up with instructional materials in the different subject areas for additional learning materials. Also, an in-service seminar-workshop on instructional design in every subject area should be organized and conducted by education authorities in the division or in the region.
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